On the initial visit, our technicians will interview the customer and inspect the property, before treating the interior and exterior of your home. The treatment will be focused on those areas where you are having problems. You will also be advised of any corrective measures that you can take to help reduce the pests around the home.
Inside the home, we have several treatment options available to us to meet your specific needs and concerns. Many of our products are extremely low odor so that when we’ve finished, you won’t know we’ve been there except for the presence of dying pests.
Outside the home, we treat your foundation, your garage, around the windows and doorways, under the first floor eaves, your fence lines, and yard areas around the home to provide a protective barrier.
Our Service Also Includes Spider Web Removal Around the Exterior of Your Home!
On our regularly scheduled, follow up visits, we will re-treat the exterior of the home to reinforce the protective pest barrier and we will also remove any spider webs that may have popped up since the last visit. We will also advise you if we should detect conditions around your property that are conducive to pest harborage or access into your home.
No. Since the regular visits are outside only, there is no need for you to meet the service technician. If you keep your gate locked or your dog is allowed to run free in the yard during the day, we will assign your home a specific day during the month, so that you can have the gate unlocked and the dog confined. And if you should forget, we’ll leave you a note indicating the areas we couldn’t service and ask for you to call and have those areas rescheduled. All at no extra cost.
Our initial service is designed to rid the interior of your home of pests and the exterior barrier treatments keep potential pest invaders away. If pests do show up, rely on our guarantee to get us back to your house to treat the interior at no extra charge! At most homes, our protective barrier works so well that insides are typically retreated less than once a year.
Obviously, we don’t want our treatments wasted and we want to protect our environment from unwanted runoff. On days when it is raining or the ground around your home is saturated with water, our technicians will use a granular “green” product around the base of your home to provide a protective barrier. This product is able to withstand up to 4” of rain! A liquid product may also be applied to protected areas such as eaves and covered entry ways. Protecting your home and property while protecting our environment is our primary goal.
Our #1 goal is to correct your pest problem!! We don’t want to sell you something that may not provide the results you are looking for. We know that the protective barrier we apply outside your home needs to be replenished on a regular basis to be effective. Due to an on-going regulatory change in the products available to our industry, the days of annual pest control service are long behind us. In some situations, a one-time service can correct the problem. However, many times, a one-time service is simply a “band aid” providing limited results. Call us to see if a one-time service will fit your specific needs.
Most of our products have directions advising “keep pets and people off treated areas until dry”. In the summer, products may dry in 15-20 minutes while overcast days in the winter/spring, may take 60-90 minutes or more. We advise our customers to check their yard areas after our treatment, especially the shaded areas, to see if our application is dry.
We accept cash, personal checks, money orders, or credit cards (Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover cards). We have a link on the home page of our website, where customers can pay their invoices with a credit card.
We greatly appreciate payments within 30 days of your regular service date. We send out reminder statements every 30 days just in case you misplace or overlook an invoice.
Honey bees are EXTREMELY beneficial insects. We will only treat for bees as a last resort and only if they are damaging your home (i.e. nesting in a wall). Our first recommendation will be for you to call a beekeeper. Many times they will come out and collect the bees. Many times in the spring, bees, in significant numbers, will ball up in a tree. These bees are “resting” while scout bees are looking for a new nesting site. These bees should be left alone as they will move on shortly.